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Undying Hunger by Jessica Lee

Title: Undying Hunger – a Novel of the EnclaveUndying Hunger

Author: Jessica Lee

Publisher: Entangled Select Otherworld, Entangled Publishing

Published: June 30th, 2015

Rating: 4/5

Alexandria Stevens can’t remember what happened to her after she went into ‘Wicked Ways’. Her memories are jumbled, mixed up and missing so she’s confused about it all and even more confused about how she feels about Markus Santini! She knows he’s the vampire who sired her, but she’s never heard of anyone else being so attracted to their sire and he’s also the vampire who has blocked her memories of what happened so she also hates him. He’s over a century old and until he met Alex he’d never been so torn about himself and his life. They’re both living in the headquarters of the Enclave, a group of vampires who try to protect humans from vampiric excesses but he’s there as a prisoner…. When past acquaintances threaten not only humans but members of the Enclave can they work together to save them all? Why did he block her memories? Does their love stand a chance?

A great paranormal novel with warring vampires, protective alphas and feisty females, great for anyone who likes a love with a bite. Although not suitable for anyone who objects to reading detailed sexual encounters, this has a great plot with strong characters fighting to protect others. It is part of a series but works well as a standalone – I hadn’t read any of the earlier books but will be looking out for them in the near future!

Thanks to the author, publisher and NetGalley too, for letting me read an ARC in exchange for an honest review.

This book is available from a variety of sources including

amazon.co.uk           amazon.com          barnes and noble

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